Author Archives: Tony Peters

2019 Angullong Sauvignon Blanc

I had to have a little chuckle at myself when I sat down and started writing this review.  In the category section of my blog site, I went looking for ‘Sauvignon Blanc’ as one of the boxes to tick.  There … Continue reading

Posted in Other Whites | Leave a comment

2019 Angullong Pinot Grigio

I haven’t checked any statistics, however I reckon the leader of the most popular white wine in Australia at the moment would be a very close race.  Pinot Grigio/Gris and Sauvignon Blanc must be the leaders in this category. When … Continue reading

Posted in Other Whites | Leave a comment

2015 Grey Sands The Mattock

I decided to research the actual garden tool, the Mattock (thanks again to Google) and I was a bit surprised, and a little confused, as to its history.  I won’t bore you with it all but part of the (Wikipedia) … Continue reading

Posted in Red Blends | Leave a comment

2017 Bailey Wine Co Watervale Riesling

I poured this Riesling for a mate recently and he was impressed.  It prompted him to say that he couldn’t understand why Riesling is among the lowest for sales of white wine in Australia.  I won’t go into what his … Continue reading

Posted in Riesling | Leave a comment

2019 Bailey Wine Co Mount Gambier Rosé

Hands up if you like rosé.  Hands up if you like Pinot Noir rosé.  You lot are going to love this wine.  For those of you who did not put your hand up, you need to pay attention.  This is … Continue reading

Posted in Other Reds | Leave a comment

2017 Castle Rock Estate Porongurup Shiraz

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Now, I don’t know when Eleanor Roosevelt said this but I think there is some correlation between it and West Australian Shiraz.  You see, West Australia is a bit like another wine … Continue reading

Posted in Shiraz | Leave a comment

2016 Angullong Orange Region Cabernet Sauvignon

After tasting this wine from the Orange region of New South Wales, it got me thinking.  Is it getting to the point where the list of the more well known Cabernet Sauvignon regions of Australia is becoming longer?  I say … Continue reading

Posted in Cabernet Sauvignon | Leave a comment